Is he here?
I think I saw him in the carpark?
I think we passed him on the way!
Pheww! He’s not here!
Harley Carleton’s dominance left an impression last week, a few relieved faces at the confirmation that he is not taking part in the entire season, unfortunately in my eyes, to be the best, you need to beat the best!
On the positive, with no Harley also means no video evidence!
Big grids for both Cadets and Seniors this week, now is the time to start a good championship run.
Jack Williamson’s tears at the end or qualifying soon stopped after he realised his time was good enough for pole position.
Race one started and it didn’t take long for Bootlegging Beau to assert himself as the dominate force, he smashed the field, not by a short distance either, Beau crossed the line so far ahead of the rest of the pack I actually though he was a lap behind and pitted early. After a long break for Beau who was sitting politely waiting to come into the pitlanethe rest of the ‘competition’ crossed the line, it was Stef Christo-Foo-foo who claimed 2nd place after a battle with Yian “Helmet Hair” Charalalalalalambous he pipped pole man Jack to 3rd.
Race two, “So far away, and I need you to know, so far away” Avenged Sevenfold there, not my taste, but appropriate for Beau, who again totally demolished, destroyed, ruined and shattered the competition, a lead so large the distance would need to be registered in calendar months, clearly a very nutritious breakfast for Beau, mums wine perhaps? Beau’s best start to a racing week ever.
Jack Williamson won the ‘Best Of The Rest’ battle as this time he crossed the line as runner up. ”Helmet Hair” was in the podium positions again as Yian had a quick check, added a little hairspray and filled the final podium place.
Let’s not forget a quick shout out for Daniel O’Hallhallahallahallaoran, a great race resulted in 4th place.
Kye ‘Needs A Smaller Cap’ Kinch claimed pole position for Cadet Group B.
Henry George watched Beau take maximum points in race one, keen to ensure this championship comes home with him, Henry responded with his own dominate display to collect full marks, a race lead tiny in comparison to Beau’s but a win nevertheless for Henry.
Joshua Patrick keeps on doing it! Another fine performance from Joshua resulted in 2nd position, a very comfortable 2nd place indeed, a full 7 seconds clear of 3rd place Oliver “Is It An On Day Or An Off Day” Shelton
What’s that coming over the line….Its Henry George, its Henry George! Another win for Mr Nottage, or George, which ever you fancy, a great competitive race with the filed tightly packed. A superb win for Henry but inches behind him across the line is runner up Kye Kinch after a great battle, always involved was Joshua Patrick, another podium place as the top three cross the line within four tenths of a second.
Henry has now matched Beau with the points, we are on for a great final.
Matt “Max, not Jos Verstappen” Robinson secures a place in the A final via a win in the B.
“The BootLegger” Beau lines up on pole position with The Frenchman, Henry George 2nd.
Beau keeps the lead, but not for long! Kye Kinch has other ideas as he passed both Beau and Henry to steal the lead on lap 2… that wasn’t in the script!
Oliver Shelton isn’t having much fun, he taken a tumble and is not holding the unwanted 9th position. Beau retakes the lead, but not for long as Kye again finds a way though and now Henry George is 2nd after also passing Beau. Jack Williamson is the next driver looking at Beau’s position and wanting to take it for himself. Vanessa Williams would be proud as Kye saved his best till last to steal the show and win the week with a great performance in the A Final.
Henry George held onto 2nd with Beau just keeping 3rd ahead of Jack Williamson.
Championship Top Three:
Kye Kinch: 70
Beau Sullivan: 62
Harry Nottage: 60
Driver Of The Day:
Adam Harding fills pole position….. In the rain! Well Done Adam.
Harry Fleming quickly took the lead and settles in.
The star of race one was Lee “Chap-Stick” Chapman, battering every lap! Keep it up.
Harry calmed the storm, despite being one of the slower drivers he held on for a great win.
A brilliantly controlled race.
The final bend saw a change in the following podium positions as Dylan “Dot” Cotton and Adam Harding swept through to complete the podium.
Adam Harding converted pole position to a race win in race two, but it wasn’t easy, Cadet Champion “The Flash” fought Adam every lap, leading most of the race with some fine driving and some courageous overtaking attempts, I’m looking forward to when “The Flash” find his feet in his new championship. “Flash” filled 2nd at the chequered flag after being passed by Adam for the lead on the final corner! Ouch!
Harry Fleming was again there, as he always is, another impressive drive to complete the podium.
Jack Goldsmith secured another pole position.
Race one was an exciting race, a titanic battle between the leaders towards the end of the race made if one of my personal favourites.
Harry Chamaalalalalalalbus was the eventual victor as the positions kept changing even on the chequered flag as 4 drivers finished within 3 tenths of a second! Jake Taplin recorded an impressive 2nd after rolling up his sleeves (Finally) and scrapping with the big boys! Georgie Anker completes the podium regulating Jack to 4th.
You can’t keep a champion down, Jack was back to winning ways in race 2 with a “Bootlegging Beau” like performance winning by 7 seconds, it could of and should have been a lot more, Jack did have a 14 seconds lead, however, for my own amusement I decided toplay with the restrictor box for the final few laps, at Jack’s expense. Georgie was again on the podium in 2nd followed by another good result from Jack Adams.
Chap-Stick won the B Final!
Pole man, Adam Harding’s smile extended from one ear to the other as the lights turned green and 2nd placed Harry Chamaalalalalalalbus struggled of the line and was immediately in a fight. Jake Taplin was the first person to pass Harry and then begin his pursuit of Adam.
No fun in the final for Dylan “Dot” Cotton, granted, he was knocked wide, but he could have avoided the tyre walls, result… Last!
“The Flash” started well but was now involved with “Mr Serial A Final Failure” Jack Adams, things didn’t go to well.
Jake Taplin’s been sleeve rolling again, millimetres behind race leader Adam, make your move Jake1!!
Adam’s smile only grew as he passed the chequered flag and won the week, Jake was a great 2nd, but a bit more aggression in Jake would have been 1st! Jack Goldsmith had to settle for 3rd!
Championship Top Three
Driver Of The Day: